Arianna Wellmoney is an Italian actress currently living and working in New York City.
In April 2016, she graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where she was directed by Lisa Milinazzo in Ellen McLaughlin's Tongue Of a Bird, playing the role of Charlotte.
In September 2019, Arianna reprised the role of Tam in “The Pot”, this time performing it at the Schimmel Center. The event was supported by the United Nations, World Health Organisation and Pace University.
Arianna will appear in “La Santera”, a new TV pilot filmed in The Bronx, NY.
Her story as a queer New Yorker was featured in the new Tinder series, #SwipeLife.
Throughout 2018, she was featured in the webseries "Immigrants Eat it". She also recently appeared in the new Snapchat's webseries "3018".
Arianna's Off Broadway credits include: Lord Byron's "Marino Faliero", Sophocles' "Antigone" and Michael Seebold's "Enoptromancy", which had its world premiere in April 2018.
In 2017, Arianna was part of the movie "Dissonance", which was part of the Short Film Corner at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.
In the summer of 2017, she was part of the alumni production of “American Waltz” a musical at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
She made her New York debut starring as Lori in the Alpha NYC's production of Romantic Fools by Rich Orloff. She worked as assistant stage manager and understudy for the F2T's production Love, Chekhov and the Magic Trunk. In October and November 2016 she starred as the lead role in Women of the Wild West and A Sketch Of New York.
Prior to her studies at AADA, Arianna trained at Campo Teatrale Acting School in Milan, Italy; where she studied Acting On Camera and played the role of Rachel Plescan in the original production of Quel Giorno all'Improvviso.
During her high school experience, Arianna made several short films, including Diritto al Lavoro: TG Pacle, which was premiered at Bicocca University in 2013.